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Senate Passes Debt Ceiling Bill, YouTube Blackout Challenge, Shangri-La Dialogue
The Senate has passed the debt ceiling bill that will prevent the country from defaulting, but it comes with some changes to work requirements. A Wisconsin mom is taking on YouTube shareholders after her son died of what is called a “Blackout Challenge” he found on the platform. Global defense leaders meet at the international defense summit, the Shangri-La Dialogue, in Singapore today.
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